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Diversity and Aggressiveness of Rhizoctonia solani and Rhizoctonia-like Fungi on Vegetables in New York.
Vegetable growers in New York, especially those growing table beets, have recently observed that the corn rotation is no longer effective in suppressing diseases caused by Rhizoctonia solani andExpand
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Environmental Growth Conditions of Trichoderma spp. Affects Indole Acetic Acid Derivatives, Volatile Organic Compounds, and Plant Growth Promotion
Trichoderma species are soil-borne filamentous fungi widely utilized for their many plant health benefits, such as conferring improved growth, disease resistance and abiotic stress tolerance to theirExpand
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Comparative Genomics of Aspergillus flavus S and L Morphotypes Yield Insights into Niche Adaptation
Aspergillus flavus, the primary causal agent for aflatoxin contamination on crops, consists of isolates with two distinct morphologies: isolates of the S morphotype produce numerous small sclerotiaExpand
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OPHIDIOMYCES OPHIODIICOLA ON A CAPTIVE BLACK RACER (COLUBER CONSTRICTOR) AND A GARTER SNAKE (THAMNOPHIS SIRTALIS) IN PENNSYLVANIA
Abstract Two snakes were presented to the Pennsylvania State University Animal Diagnostic Laboratory with one suffering from external lesions where the scales were raised and discolored, and theExpand
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Trichoderma down under: species diversity and occurrence of Trichoderma in New Zealand
This is the first comprehensive survey of the species diversity of Trichoderma for a region within the temperate Southern Hemisphere. New Zealand makes an ideal target for such a survey because ofExpand
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Targeted screening for microbial bioactivity
High throughput screening technology has allowed significant advances to be made in the discovery of lead agents for use in the pharmaceutical and agrichemical industries. However, economic andExpand
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Genome Sequence of Ophidiomyces ophiodiicola, an Emerging Fungal Pathogen of Snakes
ABSTRACT Ophidiomyces ophiodiicola, which belongs to the order Onygenales, is an emerging fungal pathogen of snakes in the United States. This study reports the 21.9-Mb genome sequence of an isolateExpand
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CHARACTERIZATION OF RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AND RHIZOCTONIA -LIKE FUNGI INFECTING VEGETABLES IN NEW YORK AND THEIR PATHOGENICITY TO CORN
Vegetable growers in New York have recently observed that the corn rotation is no longer effective in suppressing diseases caused by Rhizoctonia solani and Rhizoctonia-like fungi. To investigate thisExpand
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Coccidioides posadasii in a Dog With Cervical Dissemination Complicated by Esophageal Fistula
A 5-year-old male, neutered mixed breed dog with a history of a mass with an associated draining tract on the ventral cervical region was diagnosed with an esophageal fistula. The dog exhibitedExpand
Non-target impacts of the biocontrol agent Trichoderma atroviride on plant health and soil microbial communities in two native ecosystems in New Zealand
Eleven plant species representing two native ecosystems (1) podocarp forest (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides, Plagianthus regius, Pittosporum eugenioides, Cordyline australis, Melicytus ramiflorus, CoprosmaExpand
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